Title: Rocket To Russia
Style: Rock & Roll, Punk
Format: MP3 FLAC AA VQF MPC WAV AIFF AAC MP1
FLAC size: 1196 mb | MP3 size: 1681 mb | WMA size: 1774 mb
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Rocket to Russia is the third studio album by the American punk rock band the Ramones, and was released on November 4, 1977, through Sire Records. Its origins date back to the summer of 1977, when "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker" was released as a single. That summer was known as the peak of the punk rock genre since many punk bands were offered recording contracts
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Songs start at USD . 9. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.
Rocket to Russia boasts a cleaner production than its predecessors, which only gives the Ramones' music more force. It helps that the group wrote its finest set of songs for the album. From the mindless, bopping opening of "Cretin Hop" and "Rockaway Beach" to the urban surf rock of "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker" and the ridiculous anthem "Teenage Lobotomy," the songs are teeming with irresistibly catchy hooks; even their choice of covers, "Do You Want to Dance?" and "Surfin' Bird," provide more hooks than usual.
Album: Rocket To Russia Genre: Punk Rock Year: 1977. Hey guys! This is the bass tab of the album. There's already an other version of Rocket to Russia on UG, but a lot of the songs are wrong. This is 100% correct. Anyway, enjoy the Ramones! 01 Cretin Hop. Intro/Bridge: G:- D:-7- a: e:- Verse: G:- D:- a:-7777777777777777-- e:--5555555555555555-.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Their last album with Tommy on drums Rocket to Russia is hard to beat. Don't forget this was the Ramones answer to the UK assault of punk that had followed in their wake.
Rocket to Russia is the Ramones' best album. Every one of the songs on here is perfect, and none of them fail to impress me. The Ramones were the true masters of simplicity. Rocket to Russia possesses a very clean, well-produced sound. This is very evident from the beggining, and is an obvious progression from Ramones to Leave Home, which had better production values, and then to this. Joey's voice is at his most melodic and queer, hiccuping the lyrics with an odd, British sounding voice. On the Trashmen cover "Surfin' Bird," he even does some odd noises, and perfects.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A3||Here Today, Gone Tomorrow||2:47|
|A5||I Don't Care||1:38|
|A6||Sheena Is A Punk Rocker||2:49|
|A7||We're A Happy Family||2:47|
|B1||Teen Age Lobotomy||2:00|
|B2||Do You Wanna Dance
Written-By – Freeman*
|B3||I Wanna Be Well||2:28|
|B4||I Can't Give You Anything||1:57|
Written-By – Frazier*, White*, Harris*, Wilson*
|B7||Why Is It Always This Way||2:32|
- Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Los Angeles
- Recorded At – Mediasound
- Mixed At – Power Station
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sire Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Sire Records, Inc.
- Published By – Taco Tunes
- Published By – Clockus Music
- Published By – Beechwood Music Corp.
- Published By – Bleu Disque Music Co., Inc.
- Art Direction – John Gillespie
- Bass – Dee Dee Ramone
- Coordinator [Artistic Coordination] – Arturo Vega
- Drums – Tommy Ramone
- Engineer – Ed Stasium
- Engineer [Assistant] – Don Berman
- Guitar – Johnny Ramone
- Illustration [Back Cover And Inside Drawings] – John Holmstrom
- Lead Vocals – Joey Ramone
- Mastered By – Greg Calbi
- Producer – T. Erdelyi*, Tony Bongiovi
- Written-By – The Ramones* (tracks: A1 to B1, B3 to B5, B7)
NotesSire Records, Inc.
Marketed by Warner Bros. Records Inc.
All selections published by Bleu Disque Music Co., Inc./Taco Tunes (ASCAP),
except B2 copyright © 1958 Clockus Music, Inc. (BMI)
and B6 copyright © 1964 Beechwood Music Crop. (BMI)
Recorded at Media Sound, New York.
Mixed at Power Station, New York.
Mastered at Sterling Sound.
Comes with a printed lyric sleeve.
No barcode on the back cover.
The first pressing of the US release was pressed at three different pressing plants (Los Angeles, Winchester or Jacksonville). This is from Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Los Angeles, identifiable by the "LW" and the "✲" in the runouts.
Some copies came with a promo sticker
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Pressing Plant ID (Runouts Side A & B): "LW" "✳"
- Matrix / Runout (Var 1, Runout side A, etched, except STERLING): SR-1-6042-LW1 STERLING
- Matrix / Runout (Var 1, Runout side B, etched, except STERLING): SR-2-6042-LW1 STERLING
- Matrix / Runout (Var 2, Runout side A, except "1"): SR-1-6042-LW1. 1
- Matrix / Runout (Var 2, Runout side B, except "1 ✳"): SR-2-6042-LW1. 1 ✳
- Matrix / Runout (Var 3, Runout side A, except "1 ✳ STERLING"): SR-1-6042-LW1. 1 ✳ STERLING
- Matrix / Runout (Var 3, Runout side B, except "1 ✳ STERLING"): SR-2-6042-LW1. 1 ✳ STERLING
|SR 6042||Ramones||Rocket To Russia (LP, Album)||Sire||SR 6042||US||1977|
|R2 74309||Ramones||Rocket To Russia (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Rhino Records , Sire||R2 74309||US||Unknown|
|SK 6042||Ramones||Rocket To Russia (Cass, Album)||Sire||SK 6042||Italy||1977|
|670 4006||Ramones||Rocket To Russia (Cass, Album)||Sire||670 4006||Brazil||1987|
|LPB 1323||Ramones||Rocket To Russia - 14 Super Exitos (LP, Album)||Memory Records||LPB 1323||Mexico||1977|